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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

Ponderosa Village, Dishman Mica

Construction is progressing on the Ponderosa Village development surrounding Barney’s Harvest Foods in Spokane Valley.

Building permits were filed with the city for construction of two 5,000-square-foot retail buildings at 11205 E. Dishman Mica Road.

Ponderosa Village will bring a mix of retail businesses and restaurants in five buildings with a total of 25,000 square feet. Barney’s Harvest Foods, a longtime community grocery store, will anchor the development.

Fusion Architecture PLLC, of Liberty Lake, is designing the $6 million project.

The 5,000-square-foot two buildings – which have a combined value of $1.6 million – will be designed to integrate into the neighborhood.

The general contractor of the project is Kilgore Construction, of Colbert.

Ken Tuntland, who owns two additional Harvest Foods stores in Idaho with his brother, Jon, and son, Mike, have collaborated with project manager Clyde Haase of Haase Landscapes Inc. for more than a year on the community-driven development.

The Tuntlands distributed more than 8,000 flyers in-store, online and via mail to residents inquiring about the type of retail wanted in Ponderosa Village, which will be built in phases over the next three years.